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Join us on Saturday, May 23 at 10 a.m. Eastern time when our guest on Studio SPJ will be Brad Heath, a reporter with USA Today and the winner of the 2015 Al Nakkula award for police reporting.
Heath won the award for a series of stories in which he revealed how police and prosecutors nationwide had allowed nearly 200,000 fugitives to escape justice simply by crossing over state lines.
The series led authorities in at least four states to reconsider or reverse this policy.
The Nakkula award is named after the late Al Nakkula, a legendary cops and crime reporter for the Rocky Mountain News. The award is co-sponsored by The Denver Press Club and The University of Colorado's College of Media, Communication and Information.
This broadcastis co-sponsored by the Colorado chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Tune into Studio SPJ Saturday, May 16 at 10 a.m. Eastern when I'll be talking ethics with Fred Brown, former national president of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Our conversation took place on April 17 during the SPJ Region 9 spring conference, where Fred and I were speakers on an ethics panel.
We talked about the controversies surrounding NBC anchor Brian Williams and Fox News' Bill O'Reilly.
We also talked about how the speed of journalism sometimes conflicts with ethical, accurate reporting.
This broadcast is co-sponsored by the Colorado Chapter of SPJ. It was taped at The Denver Press Club.
Starting July 1st, arguably the focal point of the offseason gets underway. Free Agency. Some players have officially opted out. Others will hold tight amid the breathless speculation about their futures. It’s not at the level of 2010 or 2014 but quite a strong free agent class this summer – especially in frontcourt positions. The question is… How many of the big names will actually end up changing places? We already know enough to make some educated guesses about the eventual landing spots of the league's most prominent upcoming free agents. Join @jaihov, @lock_tha_great and the producer of the show @howeezy26 as they discuss the hottest sports news of the past week and analyze potential landing spots for the 2015 NBA Free Agency class.
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Good evening and welcome to The Coffee Club with Felix and Dr. Marc. Today, aside from discussing the news of the world, we will be discussing the meaning of the Supreme Court decision granting same-sex couples the right to marry in all 50 states. The Supreme Court is simply echoing the views of more then 50% of the American people. In fact, a few years from now, the sight of same-sex couples holding hands in public will not even "raise an eyebrow," just like the number of interracial couples today. We will all go into the news and politics of the last week or so which did raise the eye brows of many people. Call us with your comments at 646-595-3275 Don't for get your coffee, hot or cold.
Join Edgar Alexander Jr. (Host & Producer) Will discuss a big announcement and some major changes. Please tune in. (c) Copyright 2015 Real Believers Entertainment. All rights reserved.
Pastor Adam Riojas is a Native from San Diego and grew up in Oceanside, California; and an Alumni of Oceanside High school. He has served a total of 23 years in pastoral ministry and has a passion for building the kingdom of God here on earth. Throughout his life journey, Adam has had the opportunity to work in Real Estate and later found joy in carpentry work that led to him becoming a Contractor building homes. Although he enjoyed these careers, God was calling him to work full time in ministry. Adam decided to be obedient to God's call and the great commission in Matthew 28 and continues to work full time as a pastor to shepherd God's people.
Adam has endured an almost unimaginable journey of darkness and pain, which ended in the arms of a loving, forgiving Savior. You can view his story on the 700 club as well as numerous other videos and news clips on Adam's journey. We have provided links to videos and news clips on this website.
God uses His people to pray His will in the earth. He gives them His weapons to fight spiritual battles and win. He gives the victory. Miracles are so numerous to mention. Let believers in Christ press on in prayer. Prayer is expected. Praise God for results and outcomes.
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IBM toxic pool defies cleanup
TOM WILBER, Special to the Press & Sun-Bulletin 1:37 p.m. EDT April 5, 2015
A remedy for a concentrated pool of solvents directly under the manufacturing site where at least 1,500 people still work may take years to find.
(Photo: Jeff Platsky / staff photo)
The contaminated hot spot lies under an area the size of eight village blocks.
Situated over and near the source area, and blocking access to cleanup, are dozens of buildings.
To date, nearly 70,000 gallons of solvent %u2014 more than 40 tons %u2014 have been pumped from the ground.
ENDICOTT – After 35 years, IBM Corp. contractors have stanched the flow of industrial solvents into a commercial and residential district in the heart of the village, but they have yet to find a solution for the source of the problem at the company's former flagship manufacturing plant.
Officials recently reported that efforts to intercept and remove the subterranean flow of hazardous chemicals coming from the industrial complex — now owned by Huron Real Estate Associates — have been successful. Consequently, health risks to a nearby neighborhood have been eliminated.
Yet they have no remedy for a concentrated pool of solvents directly under the manufacturing site, where at least 1,500 people still work. Full story: http://www.pressconnects.com/story/news/local/2015/04/05/ibm-tce-issues/25302109/